Lester Bowles “Mike” Pearson, Prime Minister of Canada from April 22, 1963, to April 20, 1968:
"While in office, Pearson resisted American pressure to enter the Vietnam war. Pearson spoke at Temple University in Philadelphia on April 2, 1965 while visiting the United States and voiced his support for a negotiated settlement to the Vietnam War. When he visited U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson hours later, Johnson strongly berated Pearson. According to Canadian folklore, Johnson grabbed Pearson by the lapels, shook him, and shouted “You pissed on my rug!” "
From “Our Glorious Coalition of the Willing: The Early Years”
By Elmer G. Fudd and The Mad Hatter
[color=blue]Authors Fudd and Hatter are currently working on a new book documenting how the U.S. was Iraq’s ally in its war with Iran in the 1980’s because the U.S. supplied satellite intelligence to Iraq and how the U.S. officially fought itself in the invasion of Afghanistan because American citizens joined the Taleban.[/color]